This is one of those straight forward posts i don’t talk funny or make fun of you… us. Now the issue of speaking “good English” is usually not taken seriously by most individuals in Nigeria until they mix with the human society and it’s members (the verb for that is “socialize”) Besides, most of us […]
This Video was Presented by Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò and The Women’s Collaborative-NYC. A panel discussion to explore the motivations, challenges and relationships that helped a diverse group of women make a major career. Watch the Video Below
A prostitute is anybody (male or female) that doesn’t sit in one place, night or day, rich or poor, contented or broke… Full stop This post cannot cure madness but it’ll make small sense because a lot of Nigerian bloggers have tried it, failed it and don’t want to share it because they KNOW it’s […]
Great News!: In this Article, we’re giving away a FREE eBook titled: Tips To Improve Work And Family Balance. Click here to download. FACT: Poor women are leaving the workforce in large part because their work schedules are inflexible or they can’t afford childcare. FACT: Professional women are leaving because they’re forced to choose between […]
A girl and guy were speeding over 100 mph on a motorcycle Girl: Slow down. I’m scared. Guy: No this is fun. Girl: No its not. Please, its to scary! Guy: Then tell me you love me. Girl: Fine, I love you. Slow down! Guy: Now give me a BIG hug. (Girl hugs him) Guy: […]
Love is a beautiful thing huhn? Here’s one way to lose her on Valentine’s day This is simple: 1. Ask Her What She Wants (She might ask for something small but costly) 2. Buy It Online (Maybe Konga) 3. Enter Her Address 4. Select “Cash On Delivery” You’d make her pay for it.
Opportunity comes but Once is probably one of the Biggest and Most common Lies I have heard since I arrived in planet earth. I still hear people talk the crap till today.This powerful lie had made people become desperate for Things they had no idea about. Especially Riches and fame. To be frank, you see […]
On a previous post here. we talked about Making a Career Woman and as promised, this is the second part of the series. You could leave your comments, suggestions and questions at the comment box or follow lolo (@Officiallolo1 or @Ogamadamoffice) on any of the popular social network plattforms. It is no news that more than half of […]